2010-02-10 / Public Safety

Chief Scott Worsley attends Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police 2010 Annual Winter Training Conference

As part of his continuing education and training in the administration of law enforcement, Chief Worsley of the Colquitt Police Department recently attended the 2010 Annual Winter Training conference sponsored by the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police. This year’s conference was attended by the heads of law enforcement agencies from throughout the state participating in the three-day conference. The Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police is responsible for the delivery of training to the chiefs of Georgia’s police departments and law enforcement agencies.

The Winter Training Conference was held at the Omni Hotel in Atlanta from February 1 through February 3, 2010. This year’s training covered a variety of topics such as: “Leading the Police Organization in the 21st Century,” “Building Local, State and Federal Public Safety Partnerships,” “Terrorism: Initiated or Home Grown?” “Hate Crimes - Elements, Impact & Offenders,” “Leadership Today,” “Contemporary Issues for Law Enforcement Executives” and “Police Chief/City Manager Relationship.”

Chief Worsley was among more than 260 heads of law enforcement agencies attending this Annual Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police Winter Training Conference. Chief Stacey Cotton of the Covington Police Department, president of the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police, requests each member of GACP to continue their management training and professional improvement. Through strong, professional leadership, we can continue to make Georgia a safer place to live for our citizens.

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